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and featuring the legendary roots crew. >> questlove: 553! >> steve: and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ?? ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what we want! that's what you want! that's a hot crowd! that is a hot crowd right there! welcome, everybody. welcome. welcome to "the tonight show." [ cheers and applause ] this is it. you made it. you made it. you're the show. thank you for being here, everybody. here's what people are talking about.
now a former "apprentice" contestant says that donald trump didn't know the names of all the women on the show and would describe them by their bodies and looks. [ audience boos ] when asked about it trump said, "which women said that? brown hair lazy eye? or blonde hair nose job? i know her." [ laughter and applause ] chris christie said this week that he was very disturbed, disappointed, and embarrassed by donald trump's leaked comments. i'm sorry. i screwed that up. [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] chris christie said this week that he was very disturbed, disappointed, and embarrassed by donald trump's leaked comments. in fact, it was the first thing ever that left a bad taste in christie's mouth. [ laughter and applause ] ever. >> steve: ever? >> jimmy: can't believe that. >> steve: wow. >> jimmy: "blonde lady nose job? was it lazy -- it was lazy eye, wasn't it?" [ light laughter ] but mike huckabee talked to megyn kelly yesterday about why voters should support donald trump. and he compared trump to captain quint from the movie "jaws." [ light laughter ] which i'm not sure what the best metaphor. >> he's like captain quint in
he's the guy who's going to save your butt and save your family. and so at the end of the day, when he kills the shark, you're happy about it. now, hillary is the shark. she's going to eat your boat. that's the choice you get to make. [ light laughter ] >> now governor, i hate to be the one to tell you this -- >> you're gonna -- >> but captain quint got eaten by the shark. [ laughter and applause ] ?? >> jimmy: oh, no! my goodness. no spoilers! no spoilers! [ light laughter ] meanwhile, hillary is telling the guy planning her victory party "we're going to need some bigger balloons." [ light laughter ] just too much. i saw that donald trump just released a new tv ad attacking hillary clinton's health with clips of her coughing. [ light laughter ] which was effective until the end when he said, "i'm donald trump and i approve this message."
is he sniffing again? why's he sniffing all the time? did you guys see this? trump was telling voters to get out and vote at a rally in florida yesterday. but check out when he told voters to go to the poll. now, keep in mind, the election is november 8th. >> we're doing something that's incredible. it's a movement. but if we don't win, all it is is a little asterisk in history. there's never been anything like this. so go and register. make sure you get out and vote november 28th. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: "be sure you get out there. my supporters thought the election was november 28th. so the election is rigged. [ laughter ] it should be november 28th. it should be. i think that's the date it should be." [ light laughter ] i saw that yesterday al gore campaigned for hillary clinton at a florida rally, attended by 1,600 people.
a recount showed that it was only 1,300 people. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] >> steve: hey-o! >> jimmy: "how's it hanging, chad?" [ light laughter ] this is interesting. a new study finds that having acne could be a good thing, because it protects your skin from aging. [ cheers ] and teenagers are like, "right now it just feels like it's protecting me from girls." [ laughter and applause ] listen to this. thermally insulated flame-proof boxes for people returning its exploding galaxy note 7 phones. [ light laughter ] samsung says they're being extra cautious. while u.p.s. is saying, please use fedex. please. [ laughter and applause ] just don't get us involved. and finally, after samsung announced that it's permanently stopping production on its exploding galaxy note 7, i read that apple could sell an
you can tell apple's excited, because this morning when i asked siri what the weather was she said -- >> it is raining dollar bills. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we have a great show tonight. give it up for the roots! [ cheers and applause ] ?? ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everybody! thank you very much for thank you for being here, guys. i'm so excited about tonight's show. i'm so excited. but there's more ahead. tomorrow night, vin diesel will be here, of course. [ cheers and applause ] we love vin diesel. and then on friday, jon hamm will be joining us. [ cheers and applause ] we've got something special planned with him. be sure to tune in for that. and we have a performance from kings of leon. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: hey! >> jimmy: so it's a good week coming ahead. set your dvrs, your tivos. tomorrow night we're going to air this thing that we shot
last time, i went on a roller coaster with him, because he's afraid of roller coasters. so we went on, and honestly, it was frightening, it was hilarious. so this one i wanted to do something that i was afraid of, so we went to a haunted house. i can't -- [ light laughter ] i can't even talk about it. i'm still -- i'm just contacting my lawyers -- i'm talking to my lawyers right now, we're figuring -- >> steve: you're suing yourself? >> jimmy: it was -- i'm gonna sue myself for taking me there. but it's going to air tomorrow night. be sure to tune in for that. it's very, very funny. kevirt we have such a fun show tonight. we love it when this man pays us a visit. he's an amazing actor. it turns out he's also a a terrific writer. here's his new memoir, "a life in parts." bryan cranston is here! [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: what? >> jimmy: when you get it down, it works. turns into heisenberg. plus she's an incredible actress. we love her.
it in films since she was 7 years old. dakota fanning is dropping by. >> steve: yeah. [ cheers and applause ] and do we have music tonight! >> steve: come on! >> jimmy: do we have music tonight! [ cheers ] my man barry gibb is here tonight, ladies and gentlemen! [ cheers and applause ] i love barry gibb. obviously, you know, i love barry gibb. he's just one of my favorite people. i remember in high school, i would -- it's not like i didn't have friends. i had -- [ light laughter ] i had like three or four friends, yeah. >> steve: two were real. >> jimmy: two were real. thank you, higgins. [ light laughter ] one of them is one of the writers on the show and we would get together on, probably friday nights i'm assuming. we had nowhere to go. but i had the bee gees box set, "tales from the brothers gibb", or "tales of the brothers gibb." it was a cd box set, i couldn't
[ light laughter ] we did. we split it. i'm like, "i'll share this with you, dad." but anyway, i was old enough to drink in high school. [ light laughter ] >> steve: what? >> jimmy: i was 21 in high school. and we'd have like a 12-pack of beer or something like that. and we'd sit and we would listen to just all the bee gees songs, and we would memorize all the harmonies, and, like, and he, sometimes -- my friend gerard would be robin and i would be barry, and then we'd switch off. every song, like -- ? here we are in the room full of strangers ? no, that's me and justin. ?? and then like robin would go -- ? follow you though you did not want me to ? [ cheers and applause ]
i can't stay away ? ? blaming it all on the nights on broadway ? ?? >> steve: barry gibb's talk show. ?? his new album "in the now," and i just love it. i'm just so happy he's here. get ready. because he's just the best. [ cheers and applause ] he's got a new record. i mean, also -- i don't know, not many people know this, but a children's tv show. it's called -- >> steve: does he really? >> jimmy: it's called "silhouette singing." >> steve: oh. >> jimmy: basically barry gibbs gets together with 1 1970s barry gibb and they sound out different words and then harmonize them together. they just released a new episode where they sing words about the fall. check this out.
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? it's just a photograph of someone that i knew ? it's a very young -- it's an early -- >> deep cut. >> jimmy: deep cut on that one. "new york mining disaster 1941." >> oh, yeah. i remember that one. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] he also wrote, i mean, not even "bee gees" stuff. he did, you know, he wrote "grease." ? grease is the word ? [ cheers ] we love that. i can't hit that note. ? is the word that i'm feeling ? ? grease is t is the place is the motion ? ? now grease is the way we are feeling ? [ cheers ] ?? [ cheers and applause ] my man, barry gibb! god, he's the best! guys, welcome back. we are in week six of the nfl season, and the big sunday night football. i love sunday night football. the matchup is between the indianapolis colts and the houston texans, right here on nbc. now, as you know, at the end of
player. but they also give out awards during the season, sort of like the ones in high school yearbooks, like most likely to succeed, class clown, stuff like that. so, with that in mind, it's time for "tonight show superlatives." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ?? >> jimmy: our first player is anthony castonzo. he's an offensive tackle for the indianapolis colts. he was voted most likely to appear on the cover of an nfl roe [ laughter and applause ] "come with me." next up -- "i can't believe it's not butter." [ laughter ] next up is zach kerr. he was voted most likely to ask his barber for the graduation cap. that's very interesting. [ laughter ] next up, from the colts, is jeremy vujnovich. he was voted the most likely to walk out of a bathroom and say, "you might want to give it a a couple of days."
we never give that out. here's oday aboushi. he was voted most likely to be what you get when you're not willing to spend top dollar for a drake impersonator. [ laughter and applause ] he's not great, not bad. here's vince wilfork from the houston texans. he was voted most likely to be a genie that gets stuck while trying to come out of his lamp. that's not good. [ laughter and applause ] next up is texans quarterback, brock osweiler. he was voted most likely to extend his neck like e.t. when he senses danger. [ laughter and applause ] interesting. here's kendall langford. he was voted most likely to laugh and say, "animals can't talk," while he watches "zootopia" by himself. [ laughter and applause ] here's wide receiver t.y. hilton. he was voted most likely to have a cousin named "f.u.
[ laughter and applause ] that's odd. that's an odd coincidence. next is brandon weeden. he was voted most likely to refer to his pubes as the "garden of weeden." [ laughter and applause ] can we double check that? why would they give that award out? [ laughter ] yeah, we don't think of these awards. they just give them at these players. next up is greg mancz. he was voted to be most likely of every boyfriend from and finally, here's tom savage. he was voted croatian nicolas cage. [ cheers and applause ] there you go, everybody! there are your "nfl superlatives." we'll be right back with bryan cranston! [ cheers and applause ]
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[ >> jimmy: our first guest is not only a tony award winner, he's also a six-time emmy award winner for his fantastic work on the groundbreaking critically acclaimed series "breaking bad." now he's written this wonderful new memoir called, "a life in parts," which is available now. please welcome, the multitalented, bryan cranston, ladies and gentlemen! ?? [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you. >> jimmy: you must feel the love! they love you. we love you. welcome, welcome, welcome back to the show, buddy. >> a lot of love. got questlove. >> jimmy: questlove. a lot of love. ? going to take a lot of love ? ? going to take a lot of love ? to feel all right ? ??
? to feel all right ? ?? >> jimmy: who was that? >> nicollette larson. >> good call. >> jimmy: nicollette larson. wow he's better than google. are you kidding me. >> it was written by neil young. >> are you kidding me. >> jimmy: what's that? >> it was written by neil young. >> jimmy: oh, that's right, it was by neil young. >> alright, what day did he write it? [ laughter ] >> february 30th -- >> damn! >> jimmy: darn it! you can't get anythi welcome back. we love having you here, buddy. >> great to see you. >> jimmy: you look sharp. look at this guy on the cover. i like this guy. >> oh, yeah. >> jimmy: he's a good looking dude. >> evil eisenberg. >> jimmy: i love him, too. >> he was just misunderstood. >> jimmy: of course. you have great quotes on the back here. but one -- said bryan cranston has created a cinematic record of how an actor shapes a a career, and an identity, and a legacy all at the same time, from the great tom hanks.
>> jimmy: that's not bad. not too shabby. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: how much did you pay him for the quote? >> yeah. i had a little dirt on mr. hanks. i said, either you say this, or -- >> jimmy: yeah. >> he's a lovely guy. >> jimmy: how many times have you worked with tom? >> i've worked with tom maybe four times. >> jimmy: yeah, four times. >> he's just called me every time saying, are you free? and before i can answer, i'm like on a plane ready to go wherever he wants. >> jimmy: any takeawro guy you hope he would be. >> jimmy: yeah. >> that's him. >> jimmy: i agree. >> he's the guy. he's on the set, he's respectful and kind and friendly. and yet you get the work done. he's kind of like you. >> jimmy: thank you very much. thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> except for the respectful and kind part. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: well yeah, besides that. >> you get the work done, though, right? >> jimmy: i try as hard as i can.
write a memoir now? because you're very young. >> oh, god, they paid me so much money. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: exactly. that's not true. >> i just -- you know, i had an opportunity to tell stories that i've always told all my life. this is a collection of short stories from my life. and the good and the bad. very challenging childhood. >> jimmy: look at this kid. >> come on, awe. >> jimmy: he's a cute little kid right there. yeah. >> he's pretty cute. >> jimmy: yeah, he's great. i also like this thing of you. do you remember this? >> yeah. in high school. >> high school. >> jimmy: and lower -- move down a little bit. that's the same one. this is bill johnson. so explain this. >> alright, so i was a bit of a a sneaky kid when i was young, into a teenager. >> jimmy: sneaky pete. >> yeah, i was a sneaky pete. an so -- i knew it was picture week. they were taking shots of all the students. and i was going, oh, okay. and i came around the next day and signed bill johnson 11th grade, gave them my sheet, took
and so i had two cards whenever i was truant or ditched school or anything and got into trouble, they would say, okay, who are you? i'd go, bill? johnson? you know? no, you're not. yeah, yeah, here's my i.d. we're going to have to take this to the office and call your parents. i'm like, oh, no! don't call natalie and steve johnson. [ laughter ] found out. >> jimmy: they'd be so upset. that young bill did this. you would just do that and get away with it? >> if ever i got into trouble -- bill -- bill johnson. bryan cranston never got into trouble, by the way. bill johnson, he was a bad influence. >> jimmy: awful awful awful child. >> terrible influence around me. >> jimmy: awful child. >> yeah, he was. >> jimmy: i want to tell -- i want hear the story about when you and your brother became suspects in a murder. but i don't want to get into it now, i want to go to commercial, and then i really want to hear this.
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?? [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. we are hanging with our good friend, bryan cranston! his new memoir, "a life in parts," is available now. i would like to hear one of the stories in here, but this how you and your brother became suspects in a murder. >> yes. well, we took a two-year motorcycle ride across the united states in the mid-'70s. >> jimmy: how cool is that? >> yeah, it was the greatest things. we picked up jobs here and there, and one time, we were daytona beach, staying for a a while, trying to earn some money, and we got a job at a a polynesian restaurant -- >> jimmy: mm-hmm. >> called "the hawaiian inn," and at the hawaiian inn, we were waiters. and, the head chef was a guy named peter wong. now, peter was a good chef and a horrible person. [ laughter ] was the first person i ever met
god. i hate this guy." [ laughter ] i don't think i've ever hated someone before. >> jimmy: some bad people, yeah. >> peter wong! >> jimmy: yeah, peter wong. not a nice guy? >> not a nice guy. he was miserable and mean, and i mean, he would just shout and yell at you. and, so, during the waiter meetings before every night, we'd have a little food, and they're telling us what to push on the menu. >> jimmy: yep. >> and we'd all talk about how each one of us would kill opportunity. [ laughter ] so, so i said -- >> jimmy: i could totally see myself doing that. >> i'm just thinking that i would slice him up, not dice him up, i'd -- >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. yeah, yeah, yeah. oh, yeah, crazy -- >> tender slices. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. that's very smart, yeah. >> write something on -- >> jimmy: there's different ways to do it. >> so, we're joking around this whole thing. well, the season comes to an end. my brother and i hop on our motorcycles, and we take off again to go up north. and, policemen come into the
everybody who's left of the staff, and they say, "we would like to ask you about peter wong." and everybody's wondering what's going on. they said, "anybody ever talk about hurting or killing peter wong?" [ laughter ] and all the waiters are like, "well, yeah, all of us." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, really? >> and they said, "anybody who is no longer here who talked about killing peter?" "um, well, the cranston brothers are." "when did they -- when did they leave?" ago on their motorcycles." and, they said, "that fits the time line --" >> jimmy: and yeah, he -- >> because peter was murdered. >> and they were looking for us. they put an a.p.b. out on our motorcycles and looking for us. we were somewhere north of the carolinas by then. >> jimmy: and they arrested bill and stan johnson. [ laughter ] >> bill and stan. >> jimmy: the daylight -- the day -- [ applause ] bill and stan, and they're guilty, and they're serving
i wanted to play a game with you tonight if you don't mind. >> sure. >> jimmy: this game is called "cranst-in cranst-out." [ laughter ] so, i'm going to name something, and, you say "cranst-in" if you enjoy it, "cranst-out" if you're out. >> all right. >> jimmy: and i'm gonna say "fall-in, fall-out." >> okay, got it. >> jimmy: ready? >> wait, tell me the rules again? no, no. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: if i had to explain the rules for 20 minutes, then we never get to the game. [ laughter ] all right. ready? here we go. [ clears throat ] pumpkin spice lattes. >> jimmy: fall-out. >> oh, was that quick? >> jimmy: too much business. >> oh, okay. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> i see where we're going. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no, you don't. there isn't -- we're not going anywhere. >> oh, there's a competition here! [ laughter ] don't fool yourself! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: dogs wearing clothing. oh, fall-in. >> oh, cranst-out. oh. >> jimmy: what? [ laughter ] >> well, let me -- my dog wearing clothing? cranst-out. >> jimmy: what? >> your dog wearing clothing, cranst-in.
>> jimmy: yeah, i think it's cute. men's jewelry. fall-out. >> cranst-out. >> jimmy: yeah, out. >> but i wear a wedding ring. >> jimmy: and a ring and a a watch. >> and a watch, and a nipple ring, but -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: don't tell every -- >> but just one! >> jimmy: don't tell everything! >> and one -- >> jimmy: no, no, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] well, it's not on his nipple. [ laughter ] eating something after it's fallen on the floor, five-second rule. >> oh, cranst-in. >> jimmy: fall-in. yeah, of course, yeah. >> yeah. >> jimmy: please, have you ever eaten at mr. wong's? hello. >> jimmy: turtlenecks. >> cranst-out. >> jimmy: fall-in. it keeps your neck warm. very andy williams. >> no. at my age now, it just accentuates the second -- the second -- you know, the second chin. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. you can't push it up there. i get that, too. >> it's like i'm pointing at it. >> jimmy: yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] camping. fall -- >> fall-in. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: don't ever speak for me, man. [ laughter ]
how would you know if i like camping or not? you barely know me, but you're right. i do enjoy -- i'm not a camper, but i would be. >> i was under stress! [ laughter ] >> jimmy: mayonnaise. fall-out. >> oh, cranst-in. >> jimmy: ew! i cannot stand mayonnaise. it reminds me of puff. >> that's why i like it. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: "the bachelorette." fall-in. >> fall-out. >> jimmy: cranst-out. [ laughter and applause ] i love the show. finally, the murder of mr. wong. [ laughter ] >> cranst-in. >> jimmy: oh, my goodness! [ cheers and applause ] bryan cranston, everybody! check out his new memoir, "a life in parts." we'll be right back with dakota fanning! stick around. [ cheers and applause ]
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she's only 22 years old. from the new movie, "american pastoral," please welcome the very lovely, the talented, dakota fanning! [ cheers and applause ] ?? >> jimmy: hey! welcome back! welcome back! you look gorgeous. >> thank you. >> jimmy: thank you for coming back. i love your shoes. very beautiful shoes >> thanks. >> jimmy: look at that. ooh la la. t >> jimmy: you had a very exciting night last night. what did you end up doing? you were at the empire state building? >> yes, in the morning i went and flipped the switch to light the empire state building with save the children, a charity i work with to celebrate international day of the girl. and then last night -- [ cheers and applause ] and then at sundown -- >> jimmy: here's you with the children there. >> yeah. we did it together. and then at sundown it was red. and that's me on my rooftop. >> jimmy: wow.
you're very tall. you're taller than the empire state building. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i think it's very cool that you do stuff like that. >> it was awesome. >> jimmy: you live in new york city now. >> i do, yes. >> jimmy: what do you do for fun? like on the weekend? do you and your girlfriends get together and party down? >> yes, we do. but we also do this fun thing where we go to atlantic city. >> jimmy: yeah, i love atlantic city. >> and -- yes. so we go to atlantic city, and usually a big group of us go. and our last trip was a smaller group. me and my best friend, audrey, we were the only girls that were going, so we were like talking about our outfits, obviously. usually we -- yeah. that's the most important part. >> jimmy: guys do the same thing, yeah. >> usually we dress -- >> jimmy: "what are you gonna wear?" "oh, yeah, i'm gonna wear jeans." [ laughter ] me too. >> no, my guy friends plan their outfits, too. >> jimmy: oh really? >> yeah, they do. but we were -- usually we dress like sparkly, and you know, like, heels. we were like, we don't want to do that. we want to be more comfortable.
going to pretend to be two friends on their bachelorette parties. and so i ordered juicy couture bridal track suits. from kohls.com three days before. [ light laughter ] and my best friend audrey, she ordered visors that said las vegas obviously because we were going to atlantic city. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: las vegas hats, yeah. >> then we got eem the whole thing. >> jimmy: so were you pretending that you guys -- you each were getting married to each other? >> we were pretending we were friends -- best friends that had gotten engaged at the same time and this was our pre-bachelorette. this wasn't the real bachelorette. you now what i mean? this was the pre-bachelorette. >> jimmy: i have a picture of you -- this is you in the elevator. well, it looks like the elevator with your buddy and standing in the background -- >> and that's my friend connor in the back. >> jimmy: not too shabby. i like this. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i could do this. this is fun theme weekend. [ applause ] >> i love it so much.
that weekend. so if anybody finds it in a.c., let me know. >> jimmy: but it's not real at all. >> and i also have something else, i have to go back, because i didn't cash out. >> jimmy: wow! >> $15.46. >> jimmy: oh, my goodness! that is big-time! [ cheers and applause ] cha-ching! >> i gotta go back for my ring and my $15. >> jimmy: you scored right there, 15 bucks. usually i'm negative when i leave. >> i'm actually saving this for my next -- i am going to cash -- >> jimmy: what do you gamble? what do you play? >> slots. >> jimmy: slots, yeah, of course. coins don't come out anymore, right? that's a thing of the past. >> no. they just have the sad sound. no real coins. >> jimmy: "you have won. congratulations." >> not even that. [ light laughter ] next time we want to go for two nights. >> jimmy: you only went for one night? and you make 15 bucks. dude, let's go for 30 bucks next time. [ light laughter ] big time, man. here you are on the cover of "town & country." congrats on that. and in the magazine you talk
>> right. >> jimmy: you're not a fan of dating. >> i regret saying that just a a little bit. because now nobody's going to want to take me on a date because i said i hate dating. >> jimmy: no, no, please, please. it's -- >> dates are weird. especially dinner dates. like, i think that eating in front of somebody is kind of personal. you don't really know this person. so then you have to decide what to order that's easy to eat, and talk, and not messy, you know what i mean? something that's not going to not a gross food. >> jimmy: i'll just have the broth. >> my friend dom -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: just a bowl of broth, thank you. a small bowl. >> no, you can't do that either. 'cause that's weird. no, you can't do that either. my friend dom, she told me that penne is the pasta of dates. penne pasta. >> jimmy: i call it penne. >> oh, sorry. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: don't take me on a a date. that's awful. how french. french italian pasta!
the garlic baguettes. >> no, maybe i'm wrong. i don't want to say it again. >> jimmy: i have no idea. i just eat with my mouth. [ light laughter ] i'm married. i'm married. i have no rules. >> it's individual pieces. you know what i'm saying. you can fork one, put it in there, it's like very clean. >> jimmy: oh i see. if you have something like this -- >> oh, jesus. >> jimmy: -- this would be a a nightmare. >> no, that's a nightmare! >> jimmy: that's a complete nightmare. >> an absolute nightmare! >> jimmy: this is from our buddy frank pellegrino and those guys over at rao's here in manhattan. we're close enough friends. [ cheers and applause ] frank pellegrino jr. i love that guy. he's awesome. [ talking over each other ] >> oh, my gosh. >> jimmy: "would i know you from any movies? tell me about it. what's it like to be in a a movie?" [ laughter ] >> this doesn't work! >> jimmy: you didn't even eat yet. forget it! i'm not dating you, you loser.
oh, my god. yeah. eat the penne. we should have had the penne! but they're out! [ laughter ] they're out of penne again! sacre bleu! i think we should go for it always. just go for it. eat spaghetti and meatballs. you're the coolest girl, come on. >> noodles hanging out of your mouth. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: they don't like they way -- screw them, you don't need those guys. tell me about this movie, this is -- ewan mcgregor, who i love. >> yeah, so -- >> jimmy: directing. >> it's his first time directing a film. >> jimmy: love that guy. cool guy. >> he's also in it. i play his daughter and jennifer connelly's daughter. >> jimmy: she's fantastic too. >> i know. they're both so amazing. >> jimmy: that's a dark movie. i think you -- very great job acting. you have a speech impediment in the film. >> i do, yeah. >> jimmy: which is -- that must be completely tough, too, a a different way to act there. >> i mean, it was an obvious challenge, it's obviously something that i don't deal
something that you want to get right, you know what i mean? yeah. >> jimmy: i think you did a a great job. >> thank you very much, yeah. >> jimmy: do you want to tell everyone what the movie is about? >> yeah, the film is about an american family and it starts in the '40s, and i come in in the '60s. i'm a teenager growing up, sort of, in the tumultuous times of the 1960s in america. and it's kind of about perception versus reality. how people perceive this family to be perf a all. and it kind of questions whether you can ever really know someone. and that appearances aren't always true. >> jimmy: you never know everyone's story, yeah, yeah. we have a clip. here's "american pastoral." take a look at this. ?? >> what do you want? >> have you thought about what i asked you? >> going away to private school? >> if you don't like living here with us. >> i j -- just want to be able to go to n --n -- new york again on the weekend. >> no, you didn't come home last time.
>> i never thought my own f -- f -- father would keep me prisoner. >> mary. i've been thinking and i have an idea. you want to protest the war. protest it right here in old rimrock. >> what am i going to do, march around the post office? >> this is part of america, too, you know. >> r -- read marx. r -- r -- revolutions don't begin in the countryside. >> we're not talking about revolution. >> you're not talking about revolution. >> jimmy: dakota fanning, everyone! [ cheers and applause ] "american pastoral" opens in new york, l.a., and select cities october 21st. go see it! we'll be right back with the music from the great barry gibb, ladies and gentlemen! come on back! [ cheers and applause ]
musician, who's out with his first solo album in 32 years called "in the now." performing the title track, please welcome barry gibb! [ cheers and applause ] ?? ? you're the epitome of innocence you're only my destination ? ? and all i think about is yesterday i need you here in the now ? ? in my heart in my soul in the now ? ? in my heart in my soul in the now ? ? i said it baby
so wrapped up in you ? ? and i can only wish that you could feel the way i do ? ? i found a love and i can't get enough ? ? to have you suddenly standing right in front of me ? ? i may be lonely and we don't need conversation ? ? i'm only happy when i hear you moan you speak the pleasure within ? ? in my heart in my soul in the now ? ? in my heart in my soul
? we claimed that summer darling you began to slowly bend my will ? ? love is the game we got not shame and time is standing still ? ? all my life i never felt this way before ? ? learning what i never knew you're the one i'm searching for ? ? in my heart in my soul in the now ? ? in my heart in my soul in the now ? ? i may be lonely but i'm not alone and we don't need conversation ? ? i'm only happy when i hear you moan ?
?? >> announcer: from the warner theater in washington, d.c., it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight, vice president joe biden. second lady of the united states dr. jill biden. music from sturgill simpson. featuring the 8g band with thaddeus dixon, corey glover and vernon reid. ladies and gentlemen, seth meyers! [ cheers and applause ] >> seth: good evening, how are we doing, washington, d.c.? [ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. for having us here. in your beautiful city. we're having the best week we could have imagined. now let's get to the news. donald trump told supporters last night to go out and vote on